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we are continuing to track rain and storms moving across parts of central florida right now. we have been tracking the rain throughout the morning. >>certified meteorologist brian shields is tracking when the storms are and what to expect later today. >> heavy pockets around other you are. the severe weather threat is greatly diminishing but we need to watch out for pockets of heavy rain and the chance for stronger storms. beginning with the radar, we will get into what is next. nine. you see it through brevard
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it easy south patrick, satellite beach, rain is moving in sliding from about harmony, holopaw, osceola county back through brevard. resurgence their citrus ridge toured celebration couple showers popping up. a final batch just ahead of the cold front in marion county. new rain and a couple of downpours are popping up. we will see this for marion into sumter county's. while you may have sun now we will see another line of rain storms working in not quite as widespread as what we were dealing with this morning. here's the broader picture. a lot of the action down to the south or pulling to the east. we will quickly see clearing skies and much colder weather that will be moving in. downtown orlando, it looks beautiful. it is beautiful now but keep your umbrella with you. we could see a few more showers especially by school bus pick a time as the front kicks in.
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miles an hour. savages look like this, 70s, 80s around, 70 -- 80 clermont, 77 now in kissimmee. ahead of the front, melbourne for example we will see some rain we have rain nearby over the next couple of hours. temperatures well in the 70s and we drop off into the 60s was we hit 8:00. we will track the last line of rain working in and then how much colder it will get for tonight. perform the system moves into central florida is sparked 27 reported tornadoes in 24 hours across five states. here's a look at the damage left behind from the pensacola area. governor. scott toured the area, seeing the damage for hand. elizabeth hur has a close look at the deadly system and all of the damage left behind. >> look up. >> reporter: a monster storm system is on the move up the east coast. >> holy cow.
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destruction and this rv park obliterated. >> i took off running to help people. >> reporter: entire neighborhoods and pensacola, florida, decimated. all of this is the work of 27 reported tornadoes in 24 hours. across five states. >> sounded like a train coming to. >> reporter: people were inside the golds gym in prairieville, louisiana went up twister ripped a wall off the side of the building. >> people working out, a kids in the daycare so a scary situation. >> reporter: amazingly, no one was seriously hurt here but elsewhere, the heavy winds and rain powerful enough to flip the tractor-trailer over. with dozens injured, the search is continuing for anyone who may still be trapped in the mangled mess of debris. >> we hope we can get down into the -- to find people. >> reporter: forecasters say from florida to maryland, they
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from dc to where we are here in new york, we are being told to brace for heavy rain and flooding. later tonight. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. here's a glance at how the roads look 30 minutes ago. this camera is from alive truck as it was driving on the 417. the driving conditions were not horrible but still reason for caution. it is of extra space in the cars in front of you because slick roads cause your car to take longer to come to a stop. we will track the storms of the next hour during the newscast. track weather conditions for yourself at wftv.com /weather. in 90 minutes the altamonte springs mother accused of murdering her son is scheduled to face a judge. if you are watching eyewitness news at 4:00 yesterday use of virginia arteaga and she was walking out of the altamonte springs police station wearing a white jumpsuit. police say the 59-year-old shot and killed her 29-year-old son blake howard while he was in
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investigators are trying to figure out what led to the shooting. we will be in court when she faces a judge this afternoon and let you know what happens. in the past events, police arrested the suspect who opened fire near the bethune-cookman university campus overnight and sent part of the campus into lockdown. 4 people have. kimberly eiten has been following the story all day. do we know about the person arrested? >> reporter: police told us they have arrested one of three people involved in last night's shooting here. i spoke with daytona beach police chief giving us more detail about the gunfire that erupted last night around 11:15 near sheridan and wilson. he tells me three guys in a stolen car opened fire on a group standing outside of a home at the intersection using handguns and an ak-47. we're told the suspects shot at and hit two men and two teenage girls. officers later saw the stolen car they were driving and and trying to make an arrest then
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police say they later were able to track down one man and he is facing burglary charges. they've identified one of the other shooters as a man named watson. he is not under arrest but the chief says he is the prime suspect in another murder dating back to mother's day. police say since that murder, there's been an ongoing battle between the shooters and victims involved in last night's cry. officers say 8 people cooperated back in may, last night's shooting would not have happened. is calling this bug street justice. he says he does not know how people were killed last night and he's had it naming a suspect both in last night's shooting and the murder dating back in may. we got information and we will go through the archives and learn more about the crimes an update you on eyewitness news at 4. live in volusia county, kimberly eiten, channel 9 eyewitness news. new this noon, manages of
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charged with a robbery with a deadly weapon. daytona beach police say this man, chris a bell and wrote a note say he had a gun and needed $1200. the suspect left but a witness was able to help find the getaway car. the driver of the car is being questioned for his involvement. orlando police are searching for the man they say investigators say the suspect walked up to the victim at eagles was ours apartments resettling parkway with a gun pointed at him and demanded the car and drove off. officers say the stolen car is a tan, 2007, lexus es 350. the victim was not physically harmed. number show senator. marco rubio barely beat ted cruz for second place in the nevada caucuses. rubio edged out cruz by 2000 votes. donald trump was the clear winner. bazi kanani reports it is trumps third win in a row. >> reporter: the winner by a large margin, donald trump celebrates hours before the
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>> you know, i get greedy. i want money, money. how -- now we get greedy for the us. >> reporter: for the second time in a row, marco rubio second place. showing. >> reporter: senator. rubio backing of the most endorsements from governments and members of congress. off their importance. >> i would rather be with the people, work with the people and get the kind of numbers that we got yesterday. >> reporter: senator. ted cruz hoping to regain momentum in the coming contest. >> the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and the only campaign that can be donald trump is his campaign. >> reporter: trump keeping up his attacks on cruz. >> he's like a little baby. >> reporter: and ready for another target. >> rubio. who by the way i'm very nice too. i've been very nice. why are you so nice people say because he has not hit me. when he does, he will -- you
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>> reporter: rubio will not attack but will not back down from a policy debate. >> anger alone is not going to solve our problems. you have to know what you will do about it. donald outlined what he will do on an issue horse republicans have one debate and 60s to go before super tuesday went voters in 12 states and one territory get to the polls. bazi kanani, abc news, washington. this afternoon officials and central florida ivanka florida's primaries next month. brevard county supervisor of elections lori scott and her staff tested equipment for accuracy today. scott says they have 123 locations in the county and they want to be prepared for early voting and precinct voting march 15. early voting begins march 5. we will art holliday athletes are protected from the zika virus at the plan the olympic committee is rolling out that some say is nowhere near enough. what lawmakers are considering that could change the way child custody cases are fought in court.
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storms are back to the west in the western sections, marion,
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following breaking news rainout
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construction worker with the i 4 ultimate project was accidentally run over and killed by another construction worker using heavy equipment. from sky witness 9 you can see the construction site and workers off to the side. it happened on wymore road near the street maitland. we have a crew on the way to the scene and we will bring you updates as soon as they become available. new dramas in the mass murder case in michigan to getting the first look at surveillance video from the gunshot that the uber driver visited before going on the and injured two others. alex perez has the latest from kalamazoo. >> reporter: first glimpse at what is believed to be shooting suspect jason dalton in the hours before the deadly cameras capturing dalton checking out firearms at this kalamazoo area gun shop 51 says dalton did not buy a gun but bought a tactical jacket like this one gets the person that was here was friendly and talk to us, smiling, joking. >> reporter: less than three
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the uber driver unleashed the rampage, killing six. 14-year-old abigail shot and injured in the parking lot of a restaurant. doctors say at one point her heart stopped. she is now fighting for her life. >> she squeezed my hand. it was a miracle. >> reporter: richard smith and 17-year-old son tyler killed in the parking lot. his teenage girlfriend was also there and hit in the family car calling 911. mallory and curtis were almost the uber drivers passengers dad sent attacks. multiple shootings with people that, get home, please. he warned them please were looking for suspect in a chevy. when the college student called the uber to go home, her assigned drive it was in a chevy. panicking, she canceled three times hoping for another vehicle.
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the last cancellation performance before police arrested him. >> it makes us feel really lucky that we found in sinks and did not get in the car. >> reporter: both of the young ladies are saying it will take time for the shock of all this to wear off. dalton, a public defender, back in court next week. alex perez, abc news, kalamazoo, michigan. a major change could happen when it comes to child custody and divorce cases. the florida senate passed the bill yesterday that would require judges to prison it is best for children to split their time equally with both veterans -- both parents. bill supporters say research shows children who spent time with each parent test your behavioral problems, high self- esteem and do better in school. opponents say this could lead to backlogs in the courts as parents fight about shared custody. companion bill still have to pass the house before going to the governor's desk. a big change could soon be coming to how florida is represented in the us capitol's
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each state is allowed to statues and right now this one of confederate general kirby smith is therefore florida. the state house is expected to vote to replace smith with a modern icon. solano county residents live east of i 4 will not be required to abide by a new beer ordinance. earlier this month, we told you residents could face a fine if they did not use beer protract cat -- trashcan so keep garbage decided to track stay. county commissioners agreed to exclude the neighborhood because homeowners say they have never seen a bears roaming through the neighborhoods and knocking over trash cans. spacex launching the first rocket of the year. >> blasting off from cape canaveral air force station. the falcon nine rocket scheduled to launch at 6:46 i did it will carry communications satellite into orbit for european company. if it does let's talk about water line here on channel 9 and wftv.com. a lot of rocket launch. >> never get tired of it.
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the rain should be done. the winds we need to watch out for that. we will keep you posted. we are still seeing rain and storms. we will see that the next few hours. spots are gorgeous here's a look outside in daytona beach. we are not done with the rain yet. a front has not arrived yet. we are seeing sun in spots and warm, breezy ahead of right. 80 degrees now in daytona beach. look at the winds. you can see palm trees blowing, gusty winds. winds south-southwest of 24. tonight, they will turn out of the northwest and that will bring the chill. by tomorrow morning as well. early warning doppler 9 hd. you can see heavy rain brevard county trying to exit but residual rain elsewhere. we have been tracking that and there's a warning, tornado warning south of us, southwest
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that goes until 12:30. there is severe weather nearby. we will watch the southern sections as it moves by and watch all of us for a chance is still strong storms. back end of the line try to work through parts of marion county. we have heavy weather with this as it jobs in. brevard county, you see wet weather here. nothing severe and stronger storms, rockledge, cocoa beach. one here could get close toward orlando. we will watch out for this renegade a cell heavy rain, getting close to doctor phillips and 24 minutes. we will watch for that and again a batch of rain pulling through marion and parts of sumter county. not done yet. warm ahead of it. 70s, 80s with us and the winds out of the south very gusty. winds gusting up to 40 in spots. a possibility. marion county to the next few hours can't clouds, chances of showers and we will clear out and cool down for tonight. 2:00, a line of rain and storms across i 4 and then toured southern zones and after that, by 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 tonight,
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and the chilly weather worsened. by 11:00, still a few clouds in spots other than that, we are going to be clearing out. we have spotty areas of rain and storms of we get the clearing. temperatures, 70 some low 80s, depending on if you have the rain or not. and it's the 70s to near 80. rain chances i. a lot have seen some rain. some have not yet. tonight, either way, clearing skies and a lot of 40s around, few 50s in the southern zones. brevard county, osceola in the 50s, 40s in order -- in the northern tier as we clear out that will set the stage for a cooler, quiet weather pattern tomorrow. it will be breezy, 60s for highs and the payoff behind the system, a lot of sunshine will be moving into the forecast. five-day forecast where the weekend is always in view tomorrow again 67 and sunny and on friday, chillier. overnight lows by the time we had 39, friday morning, 30s and
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degrees on friday and sunny skies continue into the upcoming weekend. cool, 66 saturday. chilly nights but the 30s and 40s and then sunday, we see a rebound in some temperatures. it will be great. 71 degrees on sunday. again, we have a couple warnings to the south of us and we are watching a line into marion is sumter county's. a new storm moving over toward doctor phillips. i will update that with our radar coming up at the bottom of the hour. everybody likes to see how many people like their pictures or status on facebook but soon reaction. >> facebook announced they are adding options for like, love, ha ha, sad, or angry. the thumbs-up button. new options available worldwide. local homeowners save their homes are rotting away and they
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what action 9 found out that could be a billion-dollar statewide problem. the questions some parents are raising after an officer used a taser to break up a fight at in apopka middle school.
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the nfl is closing disturbing a video of a former florida gator and -- a player referring a fight between the mother of his child. surveillance tape shows fowler junior and the women standing outside an elevator and talking. fowler appears to offer a hand gesture for them to start fighting and steps back. fowler apologizes for the incident. this afternoon orange county parents are asking questions about how a school resource officer handled a
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middle school. >> we found out the officer used a taser to break up a fight monday of wilson lake middle in apopka. we talked to a spokesperson who said the officer did everything right. a parent tells us taser should not be used on any student. >> i do not think at any point you should have to taser child. i believe an adult is strong enough. >> two students arrested one was shot by the taser after disobeying the officers orders. the officer said the probes on the device were never released. testing for this is fsa test starts next week for students -- central florida. officials hope to avoid the problems they face last year. department of education has said they fixed bugs, tessa system and had students take practice exams. leaders are trying to stay optimistic but say they noticed issues during the practice session. state troopers are continuing to search for a semi truck driver who hit a 68-year- old woman in orange county and took off. sky witness 9 flew over the scene yesterday at the corner
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property. troopers say the truck driver ran over teresa vasquez and she was waiting across the street. the driver stopped but then drove off when paramedics arrived. desk is listed in serious but stable condition. florida senate may give final approval to a bill that would guarantee rapid dna testing and sexual assault cases as soon as this afternoon. a second reading approved yesterday. in november, fdle reported it had more than 13,000 untested kits and a major backlog. the bill will make sure rape kits and any other dna evidence collected or central labs are within 30 days. the house version will be waiting to be heard by the full house. a candidate with an arrest history says she not stop others from supporting her. whatever the case in 2010 while they colsn was placed on probation for alleged witness tampering. he says the past accusations were misunderstandings. he tells us he wants to serve
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as his platform. >> who are the people to judge me? i think only god can judge me. >> we uncovered drug charges and stalking accusations against him. he says two marijuana possession arrest due to a medical condition he no longer has. the stalking complaints were dropped. federal lawsuit has been filed against two of florida's largest power companies that challenges nearly $2 billion in fees charged to customers for nuclear projects. the lawsuit filed monday against florida power & light and duke energy. he claims in 2006 a law imposing the fees for nuclear projects is unconstitutional. you can get into the holy land experience for free today. in years past thousands of people have flocked to the attraction causing backups along i 4. hundreds of people usually have to be turned away once it feels. the charity day allows it to keep tax exempt religious status and opened a 10:00 this morning. the flu is starting to spread across central florida.
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are on the rise this winter. local educators and ers tell us they have seen a huge spike in the number of patients in just the last couple of weeks. doctors and florida hospital say they cannot explain why the wftv.com is so late this -- to buy nine is a literature but they seen a record 940 cases. we typically associate flu season with snow and cold and misery. we have several weeks to months of flu ahead of us. if you have not done your flu shot there is time. >> doctors say you have 48 hours to get treatment to help fight the virus. how will athletes and spectators in rio be protected from zika. the plan from atop doctor with a olympics committee. how he says they will keep it from spreading. what to expect over the next few hours as we continue
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breaking news in orange county moments ago, a construction worker with the i 4 ultimate project was accidentally run over and killed by another construction worker using heavy equipment. from sky witness 9 you can see the site. this happened at the worksite on wymore road in maitland. julie salomone arrived. what can you tell us? >> reporter: it is difficult to get additional information confirmed because the scene is fresh. look behind me. you can see heavy machinery roped off with crime scene tape where the accident happened. as you mentioned, a construction -- someone working the equipment ran over a construction worker.
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this was a fatality. we are try to get additional information. i reached out to florida department of transportation and they are pointing me to details. even though police said they held the scene until fhp arrived. troopers arrived a couple minutes ago to investigate. you can see traffic this way on wymore road, backed up because of the accident. cars moving slower than normal. this is an active scene. i'm told it was part of the ultimate i 4 project. talking about the maitland exit, 98. while it was happening here i 4 it was not directly on i 4. we will file and break the latest -- and bring you the latest on eyewitness news at 4. orange county, julie salomone, channel 9 eyewitness news.
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downtown orlando. we will track showers and storms moving to parts of central florida. certified meteorologist brian shields has the latest from severe weather center 9. >> need to be careful. >> watching the southern sections. continue around central florida to show you what we are dealing with. early warning doppler 9 hd, one shower near doctor phillips, windermere area, moving over toward doctor phillips in a few minutes within seven minutes and eventually winter park over the next 20-30 minutes we will see rain working at. it will include orlando in between. we have heavy rain working at the parts of orange county now. that batch is not severe. we are saying steady rain popping up again in sumter county. wildewood, bushnell, it is moving in. lake county, watching it near leesburg and astatula. we went -- swing to the north. a final back to marion county. heavy weather across 75. parts the marion county. jumping to the coastline and
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county, heavy weather moving offshore. more back to the west. down to the south, this is edging out of the viewing area. there's a tornado warning that has been expanded to include extreme southwestern sections a polk county for the potential of a tornado. this is something we will watch over the next couple of hours. this has been showing signs of rotation as it lets into the rest of polk county eventually. we will watch for this. the tornado warning to 1:00 for extreme southwestern sections of polk county. we will watch that as it gets closer to the area to see how that devolves. the broader picture, bigger line, you can see what is left of the rain and we have drier conditions back to the west sweeping in late today and for tonight. it will bring chillier weather in the forecast for tonight. 40s tonight. 78 in orlando, 81 deland, 80 degrees now in daytona beach. watching the front, rain storms
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will watch out for that and tonight turning chilly with 40s and 50s. an update on the severe weather just to the south of us and we will continue to trackback tornado warning southwestern sections of polk county until 1:00. we will give you an update on the rain and storms as well ahead. martie? the national weather service to survey the damage in the pensacola area to determine if it was caused by a tornado. here's a look at what happened. a semi truck driver was injured when the wftv.com blues truck over on i 10 and escambia county. it shut down the interstate for a couple of hours. two dozen units at the moorings apartment were destroyed. residents were evacuated and no injuries were reported that governor. rick scott travel to pensacola to see the damage first and he toward the area earlier today. will athletes and spectators at the summer olympics rubio be protected from the zika virus. later this afternoon atop doctor with us olympic committee will testify before
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the virus from spreading. jacqueline fell obtained and of grants -- advance copy of the testimony. >> i got an advance copy of tell house lawmakers this afternoon. this year. in brazil, the center of the zika outbreak now. athletes will be told to put on mosquito repellent. effective. the committee is considering telling athletes and coaches to pretreat clothing with repellent before they fly to rio. during their stay, athletes may be given mosquito nets to cover their beds. mosquito bites are the most likely way to be infected with zika. the olympic committee will also remind congress the games are in august when it is winter in brazil. that is typically the driest time of the year when mosquitoes are less active. in washington, jacqueline fell, channel 9 eyewitness news. a new nonpartisan congressional investigation
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is too passive about identifying and preventing fraud in the affordable care act. the government accountability office says the administration struggled to resolve eligibility questions infecting -- affecting millions of cases and thousands who were actually approved for benefits. they say while the department of health and human services agrees there are many vulnerabilities in the program, it has no urgency or plan to fix them. if you have a big decision to make, should you sleep on a quest why research says that should be the way to go. and how an ovarian cancer
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the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer has been awarded $72 million in damages from a lawsuit against johnson & johnson. the late jackie fox claimed the outcome potter contributed to her overbearing cancer that she did not leave to see the verdict but her son stepped in as the plaintiff the johnson & johnson with complaints its products are safe but fox's lawyer says that is not true. >> johnson & johnson's has spent a lot of time keeping the information from the public. >> they say beverly goes against that is a sound science proving talcum powder is completely safe as a hygienic product. the company plans to appeal the verdict. cdc says fewer women are being infected with hpv.
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percent of cervical cancers in the us. the study shows since the cdc recommended vaccinations for the disease six years ago, the rate of infection a teenage percent. for women in their early 20s, it fell more than 6 percent. hpv is the most commonly spread through sexual contact meaning mentoring care. doctors recommend men and women get vaccinated. a study suggests sleeping on a decision may actually help you make better choices. >> a study conducted by the university of bristol found a certain patterns of brain replayed during sleep. they say the replay helps to create memories and bolsters connections between nerve cells to make your memory sharper and more cognizant. benches on airplanes? the problem it is meant to solve. homebuyers blaming defective stucco for writing work. there could be thousands of cases that which owns a suspect and how to detect damage early.
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adding -- out of the viewing area, extreme southwestern sections of polk county. timing it out as it was close
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buying new homes popping 10 years ago but now they claim the homes are rotting away the faint -- blaming defective stucco. >> thousands of homes have cracked stucco rotting wood and mold. could be a billion-dollar problem and homeowners are >> >> reporter: rotting wood easily shredding inside townhome walls just five years old. testing here found water intrusion in many homes. the engineer blames defective stucco. >> i'm afraid. i'm afraid it is not safe to live here. >> reporter: bonnie buyers claims cracking stucco triggered mold so bad one- bedroom cannot be used. >> i keep an inhaler.
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